A.D. Rattray's Whisky Experience

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Located in a quaint renovated village school, A.D. Ratrray’s Whisky experience is the perfect place to explore Scotland’s national drink. Nose and taste a range of international whiskies in their tasting room or create your own bottle straight out the cask, finished with a custom label and wax seal.  Also available are a range of whisky and gin tastings ideally suited to groups of up to 20 people.

Isle of Arran Brewery

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Arran’s microbrewery is one of the most popular visitor attractions on the Isle of Arran. Situated between the island’s largest mountain, Goatfell, and Brodick Castle the brewery is in keeping with its spectacular surrounds. Experience a guided tour round the brewery followed by a tutored tasting of a fantastic selection of beers.

The Grand Tea Lounge & Bar, Trump Turnberry

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Located in the heart of Trump Turnberry is The Grand Tea Lounge & Bar with enchanting views across the famous links to the sea. Relax and unwind with one of their signature cocktails, such as the ‘The Last Cocktail’ which features a delicious combination of prosecco, fresh pear, rosemary and Italian juniper berries. Featuring over 250 whiskies and an extensive selection of wine, The Grand Tea Lounge & Bar has something to please everyone.

Ayr Brewing Company

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Founded in 2009, Ayr Brewing Company is the first brewery in the area for over 80 years. The multi award-winning company produces around 60 casks of ale per week and has a range of intriguing offerings, including Jolly Beggars Best Bitter. The brewery operates out of The Glen Park Hotel, where you can enjoy many of their delicious ales on tap.

Corney & Barrow Wine Shop

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Corney & Barrow was founded over 230 years ago, making it one of the oldest independent wine merchants in the UK.  In 1994 the company merged with Whighams of Ayr, taking over their shop and famous wine cellars. These incredible tunnels were built specifically for storing imported wines, ports and sherries shipped from around Europe.  The cellars are still used today for tours, tasting and customer storage.